Budi is a brackish lake surrounded by peninsulas and inlets with extensive wetlands. During winter, the lake joins its waters with the Pacific Ocean in the Boca Budi sector. In its basin, lives the Mapuche Lafkenche people, who for centuries have been the caretakers of this important flora and fauna´s shelter. This basin includes highlighting species such as the Huaiquil (only fish in the world), the elegance and beauty of the black-necked swan, and also encompasses Herons, bandurrias, treiles, taguas, wild ducks – among other species – making this lake a stounding environment to practice bird watching, sailing and share with people from Lafkenche communities.

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